Maggie Rogers Releases Third Studio Album ‘Don’t Forget Me’

Maggie Rogers Releases Third Studio Album ‘Don’t Forget Me’

Maggie Rogers' third studio album, Don't Forget Me, was released on Friday, April 12. Along with the release of the album, the Grammy Award-nominated artist kicked off a week-long celebration that she dubbed "Box Office Week." It includes pop-up events, special shows taking place over the course of the week at intimate venues in four…

Maggie Rogers‘ third studio album, Don’t Forget Me, was released on Friday, April 12.

Along with the release of the album, the Grammy Award-nominated artist kicked off a week-long celebration that she dubbed “Box Office Week.” It includes pop-up events, special shows taking place over the course of the week at intimate venues in four U.S. cities and a new round of Maggie’s notable in-person ticketing.

“On the last album, Surrender, I decided to go old school and sell tickets in-person in an effort to reduce fees, combat bots and get tickets directly into the hands of fans,” explains Rogers. “That process was so fun, this year I’m hosting ‘Box Office Week,’ where I’ve set some special prices for fans who want to come purchase tickets in person.”

“Here’s how it’s going to work. from April 13th to April 20th, in every city where I’m playing an arena this fall, you can go to the local box office to choose your seats and buy your ticket for a special in-person price,” she added. “In NYC, Philly, Boston, and Chicago, I’m going to be in person selling tickets directly to you at the box office. After the box office day festivities, I’ll be playing a show that very same night in those four cities where me and my band will perform Don’t Forget Me for the very first time.”

Rogers co-produced her new album with Ian Fitchuk at Electric Lady Studios in New York City, writing eight of its 10 songs with him and penning two alone.

Speaking about the album, Rogers said, “I wanted to make an album that sounded like a Sunday afternoon”.. “Worn in denim. A drive in your favorite car. No make up, but the right amount of lipstick. Something classic. The mohair throw and bottle of Whiskey in Joan Didion’s motel room. An old corvette. Vintage, but not overly Americana. I wanted to make an album to belt at full volume alone in your car, a trusted friend who could ride shotgun and be there when you needed her.”

Don’t Forget Me is a follow-up to 2022’s Surrender.

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